Today in Apple history: Mac Centris 660av is an audio-visual masterpiece


July 29, 1993: Apple releases the Macintosh Centris 660av, a computer packed with innovative audio-visual features. These include an AppleVision monitor with microphone and speakers, and a port that can be used as a modem with a telecom adapter. It also comes with the first Apple software to recognize and synthesize speech. At the relatively […]

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